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Cato translated grammatically

Cato translated grammatically

directing for vnderstanding, construing, parsing, making, and proouing the same Latine: and so for continuall practice of the grammaticall analysis and genesis. Done for the good of schooles, and of all desirous to recouer, or keep that which they got in the grammar-schoole, or to increase therein.

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Published by Printed by H. L[ownes] for Thomas Man in At London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Latin language -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreEarly works to 1800.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1229:15.
    ContributionsBrinsley, John, fl. 1633
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[14], 32, [2] p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18583598M

    It is likely that Cicero intended the essay to be known as the CATO MAIOR DE SENECTUTE, the full title corresponding with LAELIUS DE AMICITIA. The word maior was necessary to distinguish the book from Cicero's eulogy of the younger Cato (Uticensis), which seems to have gone by the name of . The text is from The Distichs of Cato: a famous medieval textbook. tr. Wayland Johnson Chase, Univ. of Wisconsin Studies in the Social Sciences and History, Number 7, [WID Lc 25 42].. Go to Book I | Or Back to Cato use the back button on your computer to return to the previous page.

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Cato translated grammatically: Directing for understanding, construing, parsing, making, and proving the same Latin, and so for continuall practice of the grammaticall analysis and genesis. Done for the good of schools, and of all desirous to recover or keep that which they gette in.

Cato translated grammatically: directing for vnderstanding, construing, parsing, making, and proouing the same Latine: and so for continuall practice of the grammaticall analysis and genesis.

Done for the good of schooles, and of all desirous to recouer, or keep that which they got in the grammar-schoole, or to increase therein. Rome's Last Citizen is a timeless story of an uncompromising man in a time of crisis and his lifelong battle to save the Republic. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more.

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'Cato (concerning the precepts of common life) translated grammatically,' London,8vo. 'A Consolation for our Grammar Schooles; or a faithfull incouragement for laying of a sure foundation of all good learninge in our Schooles,' London,4to.

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Cato ("Dionysius Cato") The Distichs, Book 4 [Semotam a curis si uis producers uitam Nec uitiis haerere animi, quae moribus obsunt, Haec pracepta tibi saepe esse legenda memento. Inuenies, quo te possis mutare, magistrum.] [If thou wishest to lead a life free from cares, cling.

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